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. a little bird told me you were paid on the city of los angeles. initially you did not want to do it because you did not want to come to l.a. >> furs, i started acting very young, -- first, i started acting very young, so my ego was three affected by the business and whether or not i got parts, and you are only as good as your class project now, so when i came to los angeles, i used to call it the city of fear, because i was always auditioning and always waiting for the next thing. initially, i also did not want to come to the show, because it was so far away from home. it was a long way away, but i have learned to not just like the city but to love the city. after seven years of trenton -- renting, i bought a house after finishing, which is so outrageous, which is part and parcel of the way we do things. let's do this. it makes no sense, but let's do it anyway. tavis: i am glad you had a great experience. i would hate for you to hate every minute of it. >> i loved it. tavis: when you first started, did you think it was going to resonate with the audience? >> i do not think you can ever know
of commerce in los angeles tomorrow it while romney is polling far behind the president, among hispanics that does not mean the republican nominee is without support. here's karen brown. >> reporter: carlos galvan has seen his customers buying habits change. >> if they came in twice a week for groceries, now they are coming in once a week. there are days where sales are pretty flat. >> reporter: galvan's family immigrated from mexico in 1961 and opened amapola deli outside of los angeles. it's now a chain of three supermarkets. >> it's been, you know, the american success story. >> reporter: it's also an american recession story. >> we've cut back on hiring. we try to make people do a little bit more. the word is uncertainty. >> reporter: what's on our mind or what's on my mind is the latino, is chraktly the same as on everybody else's mind. creating jobs and the economy. >> reporter: nina vaca started pinnacle a dallas-based company in her living room and now employ --,000 people and chairs the u.s. hispanic chamber of commerce which will hear mitt romney speak tomorrow. >> it's the gov
regulation, lower taxes and more assets to capital. karen brown, cbs news, los angeles. >> chicago mayor rahm emanuel is seeking a court order to force chicago teachers back to work as the strike enters week two. the mayor sought a court order after teachers said they want more time to evaluate a contract offer. they said they didn't have enough time to review the offer. >> our people know how to read, do math and they understand these things. they need the opportunity to have the time to do that and i would like to give that to them. >> we are extremely disappointed after ten months of discussion and reaching a fair compromise the teachers union decided to continue their strike and keep our children out of the classroom. >> the main issues remain teacher evaluations and job security. the union will meet again tomorrow. coming up on a monday morning, royally peeved. the photographer who took those topless photos of the duchess of cambridge faces a legal battle with the royal family. this is the morning news. cambridge faces a legal battle with the royal family. could be working better. listen
-moving wildfire in los angeles county started this afternoon has scorched 3,600 a. the williams fire sparked at 230 in the angeles national forest, campgrounds that typically host 12,000 visitors have also been cleared, the fire 5% contained. a round-the-clock work on dumbarton bridge pays off if it could reopen earlier than the scheduled 5:00 a.m. tuesday time reporter don knapp has more. >>> no surprises so far everything going according to plan, what they have done has cut off the concrete ramp from the steel bridge above it left a big coal now they put it back together and tried to get it completed by tuesday morning. near-perfect weather helps workers move at with seismic work on dumbarton to complete work that was done memorial day weekend. crews are also doing other work such as painting and electrical fixtures and selling pot holes. >>> we have done reconfiguration on the carpool lane now will be open for fast track before only open during car pool hours now open the entire day for fast track use >>> the main reason the closed bridge was to replace a seismic joint to cut the old join
that anti-islam film that sparked an international fury is questioned by federal authorities in los angeles overnight. >>> meanwhile, across the world, protests rage. a u.s. military base attacked, killing two marines, while embassies are set ablaze. >>> also breaking this morning, a fast-moving wildfire flares up in the middle of los angeles. hundreds of homes in the wealthy neighborhood of bel air at risk. and new fears that the scorching weather today will only make this thing worse. >>> royal fight back. the palace is suing the french magazine that took those topless photos of kate middleton. this as an italian magazine is set to publish them. meanwhile, the royal couple is facing the public half around the world. >>> and how did this cat slip into a suitcase, slip past security, and fly almost 1,000 miles with nobody noticing. the abc news interview with bob-bob the stowaway cat. >>> you know, there's a term of art in the news business, when we score a big interview, we call it the get. bob. bob the cat, a huge get here for "gma." >> he's not a small cat. that's a hard cat to miss. >>
birdie told me that you were hating on our city of los angeles. >> oh, yeah. [laughter] tavis: that initially you really didn't want to do this because you hated l.a. so much, that you didn't want to come to l.a. from new york city. >> well, let me say two things about that. first of all, i started acting very young, so my ego was very much affected by, you know, this business and whether or not i got parts and you're sort of only as good as your project in a lot of ways. so when i would come out to los angeles, i used to call it the city of fear, honestly, because i was always auditioning and i was always waiting for that next thing and i was always hoping that the movie would do well or whatever. it felt like a one-business town, and in some ways, it is. tavis: some ways it is. >> in some ways it is. so initially i also didn't want to come out and do the show because it was so far away from home. i mean, it is a long way away. but i have learned to not just like the city, but love the city. in fact, after seven years of renting, i bought a house after we finished "the closer
with the unexpected consequences from their early infrastructure design. los angeles county is a land of sprawling development. with development comes hundreds of square miles of concrete, leaving no way for water to naturally soak into the ground. in areas of such widespread urbanization, flooding can be devastating. man: back in early 1930s, there was a flooding that took a lot of lives and property. as a result, the city of los angeles, in order to protect future flooding in the city, they decided to take the los angeles river and make it a flood control channel. they concreted the walls of the river in order for water to get to ocean much faster. narrator: cities throughout southern california converted natural rivers to these concrete channels, part of their storm drain systems. this allowed expanding development without the need for large flood plains. kharaghani: the los angeles river is approximately 51 miles. concrete reduces the size of the river that you need to carry the water because it speeds up the flow of water. if you'd like to remove all the concrete and to have natural system to
worldwide including los angeles. many protesters today stopped traffic coming fancy than in the street chanting. from arrests were made for the most part demonstrations were peaceful. roughly 180 arrest in new york. >> this guy looks but he isn't a game. " >> protesters tried to block access to the new york stock exchange. essex >>pam: almost into years, the san jose police made an announcement today. but she is calling it quits. he says circumstances in his life have changed and he will leave the department at less than five months. >> the san jose police chief walked into a crowded conference room to announce his retirement. >> this is my decision killing that was not left into it. >> he is leaving was some are calling turmoil and san jose. phfft crimes are up in pension reform on the table with pay cuts in effect. >> is a difficult time. i believe we're one to find a result of litigation. >> it has been less than two years since the deep -- since the chief took charge. is that circumstances have changed but he has enjoyed working with the community. >> that she will ret
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with a noted author, benjamin barber. restoring the american economy and the continuing conversation about austerity. this weekend in los angeles, dr. baraber be at the independence day, hoping to solve our shared problems. we are glad you could join us for our conversation with dr. benjamin barber, coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminating hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: all right, please welcome david barber to the program, the noted author and furious at the center for the philanthropy and civil society at the university of new york. he is also the founder of interdependent state. it celebrates its 10th anniversa
can't they figure out how to move a retired space shuttle from the airport to a museum in los angeles, without having to cut down 400 perfectly good trees, in a city that could use more of them and not less. trees that nature worked hard to grow and were not hurting anybody. and were only making life better. the endeavour was the last of the shuttles, and after all the millions of miles it has flown, this last bit of its final journey is proving the most controversial. our report from los angeles. >> reporter: it was the final flight, a victory lap around california, piggy back, passing landmarks like the golden gate bridge and the hollywood sign. >> right over there, right over there. >> what a sight, never saw anything like that in my life. >> reporter: above communities, where they built endeavour 20 years ago, bill roberts worked on it for decades. >> it is the home of the endeavour, we're very glad to see it come here. >> reporter: the orbitter that traveled through space touched down for the last time at international airport. but it is the final earth bound leg of its trip, the
phone and whatever else he could get his hands on. take a look at this a los angeles man is seen on camera crashing his suv right into the store front. the video shows that the suspect grabbing the iphone, ipads off the display tables. at one point, the security gate trapped the driver of the car and you can see them ramming the wall repeatedly. the police did catch up with the guy and arrested him. >>> raven fans, you know it's purple friday. the details on the birds. and we have the rundown for this game and the season. >>> the heat of los angeles too much to bear for one wildlife creature. we'll show you where he ended up going to coooff. details straight ahead. what does fall smell like? head north, to someplace pristine like acadia national park. there is nothing like the parks this time of year. the falling leaves, the crisp air, the perfect inspiration for air wick's fall collection. yeah, when i smell all those things, i know fall is in the air. the fall collection brought to you by air wick and the national park foundation. something in the air wick. >>> good friday morning to you. the hot
los angeles, california. >> drew: hey, love what you've done with the place, it's beautiful. we're going to play a game called can wp dpold en row, how about that. >> sounds exciting. >> drew: it is exciting, this is one of our biggest money games. we're going to start with this sumpl can of dog food and we're going to follow this golden road and play for that. go ahead, george. >> george: a collection of picnic totes. ( cheers and applause ) this collection of picnic time essentials includes a rolling cooler with blanket, wine tote, insulated coffee tote, and two sport chairs with built-in tray tables and pockets. a perfect picnic from picnic time! >> drew: so dog food, and picnic totes, and if you win the toets we're going to follow the row to this prize over here. >> george: a new hot tub! ( cheers and applause ) this beachcomber hybrid hot tub combines a sealed insulation package with an energy saver management system to provide a much more efficient tub. comfortable design and quality construction from beachcomber hot tubs. >> drew: let's say you know dog food, let's say we
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degrees. we have from a strong for chicago. but other than that denver and los angeles look pretty good carried with could be a notch warmer than yesterday. we've 80 degrees in san jose. we 62 at half moon bay. in the east bay, the winds coming of the west and northwest. we have 90 for brentwood. it's still offer the far east. will have 89 degrees. we've 80 in santa rosa today. and a 64 on a chilly side on the beach. and with the numbers and learned to stay in the mid '80s for the majority of the week. and writer on the bay the numbers will be in the '70s and the coast in the '60s. even we had the still stay in the '80s. we of low clouds of the morning and sun in the afternoon. and there's a weather for some day. have a great day. >>> to measures on november ballot are the increased taxes and will increase millions of dollars. >>> prop. 38 would raise income taxes for virtually everyone. in more the differences besides that this morning we ask a prop 38 backer and the big question is where with the money go? >>> the money goes directly to every single public school based on the number o
passing by getty center, griffith observatory, los angeles city hall, and the nasa jet propulsion laboratory, queen mary, malibu beach, long beach aquarium. she was everywhere you can just watch it forever. >> this is the los angeles skyline. >> endeavor touched down at los angeles international airport today. and rob hays was there for the landing. >> the arrival at l.a.x. was an audible one. from a tarmac buzz... to a burst of applause. to lmz this. into is a humming of the scene from star trek. by the fly buy bimade it final. and the days soaring through space or across the skies are over. but it days of inspiring will continue at california science center. >> admission is free. go see the space shuttle. it's going to inspire a lot of kids to imagine what they can do and fwoitsing to inspire a lot of people to think what we can do when we're constructive, and not destructive. >> the pop pomp and circumstance emphasizing excitement of landing in los angeles. later tonight when the sun is start stog-to-set, and things have settled down, that is when this massive crane will swing
to contact, was linked to the same los angeles address. now a lot of questions. >> so many questions. >> a lot of the actors say they were duped. >> out and out duped. >> the main character in this film was george. wuptzn't muhammad. >> they thought it was about ancient times. this is what they say. also some of the dialogue actually dubbed in. so like they read certain lines then in post production, lines were dubbeden that were much more controversial. >> muhammad portrayed as a fraud, pedophile, womanizer and homosexual. and, bazil, according to a gentleman that helped, he was not israeli or youer but suggested an arab christian a refugee from the middle east. and calling islam a cancer. so this, this, bazil or whatever his name is, using a pseudonym has gone into hiding. make sure you stay with abc news for the latest as events in libya unfold. we will have updates throughout the morning on "america this morning" and later on "good morning america," of course throughout the day on abc as well as abcnews.com. >>> let's go to a consumer alert about skin cream advertising. the feder
ambiente!! asi llegamos al final, pero sera solo hasta maqana!!me despido desde los angeles!! los esperamos como siempre en una nueva "cita de impacto"!! # ♪ ♪ ♪ es hora del noticiero en español, noticias univisión 14 san francisco "sólo a las 11." rupo de odo el país se han llevado a cabo ceremonia para las personas que tan estado en el 911. depsues de qinformación de "acción diferida." entes del >>> un operativo en un centro estudiantil tenemos buenos resultados. >>> méxico ha sido en busca del boleto en la concacaf y el "chepo" josé manuel de la torre, univisión 14 san francisco comienza ahora. victorué tal? buenas noches, les saluda maría leticia y león felipe. semanas cuanbado un poco de la formas tenemos la información al respecto de esta noticia a continuación. to va a ias hace 3 semanas se han comenzado a dar las formas para la "acción diferida" pensamos cuando se van a comenzar a enviar los primeros permisos. >>> el abogado ha sido uno de los primeros en ver que el departamento de inmigración ha aprobado unas solicitudes para los jóvenes "dreamers" (soñador
. >>> mitt romney spoke out about the plane. ann romney eventually made it to los angeles and was there last night when her husband talked about the incident. >> i appreciate the fact that she is on the ground, safe and sou sound. i don't think she knows how worried some of us where. when you have a fire in the aircraft, there's no place to go and you can't find any oxygen from outside to the inside because the windows don't open. i don't know why they don't do that. it's a real problem and it's very dangerous. she was choking and rubbing her eyes and fortunately there was enough oxygen for the pilot and co-pilot to make a safe landing in denver. >> sounds pretty scary. no one was injured on the plane. a secret servicemember spoke with ann's mom saying it was supposed to be a nonsmoking flight. >>> now to pakistan where an official is offering a $100,000 reward for the anti-islamic filc maker. here he is. he said he was speaking for himself, not as a government representative. the prime minister condemned the bounty. and around the world there were protests. there were peaceful protests like
of los angeles. neighborhood yesterday as some bank robbers on the run started throwing cash out of the when dough of their suv. one woman called it a neighborhood stimulus package. she watched people scooping up the bills. look at that. it all came to an end. when a pickup truck blocked the suspect's car. they surrendered. the third high-speed chase in los angeles this week alone the you might remember an elaborate bank heist in east l.a. last week. the suspect is now under arrest. a group of robbers kidnapped the bank manager from her home. strapped what turned out to be a fake bomb to her. then they forced her to rob money from her own bank. turns out the suspect arrested, uh-huh, it's the manager's boyfriend. he has already posted bail. and he has been released. very interesting. >> strange one indeed. >> you know what else is interesting, the weather right now. actually quite nice in some areas of the country. showers in the four corners of the southwest. thunderstorms across texas, also from oklahoma city to saint louis and chicago. showers from savannah done to miami. yet
officials in los angeles county tell us a wildfire above the city of glen door not contained until a week from thursday. fire destroyed 3600 acres in the angeles national forest. campers and few resident were evacuated over the weekend and the flames now appear to be burning on uninhabited land. firefighters rely on retardant drop, cooler weather and calmer wind in order to get a handle on the fire. very dramatic shot of air tanker dropping flame retardant. 15 percent contained at this point. >> los angeles got a big boost to fight its fire. robert explains. jeans. >> 1600 gallon of water delivered on demand. that's the advantage of the so-called super scooper aircraft. and for the 19 year in a row a pair of the planes are in los angeles just m time for fire season. >> no metropolitan fire department in the world has the fire fighting aircraft capability that los angeles county does. >>reporter: at news conference in van nice today la county officials announced the arrival of the planes which are on lease to the county from the canadian government. the county also leases an eri
area expect low clouds at the airport los angeles 84 degrees and sunny. and ford denver and chicago and new york that is on monday. 52 at san rafael, san jose 58. in the south bay morgan held tops out at 82 degrees. santa clara 80 degrees. 72 at mountain view. 63 half moon bay. in the east bay in the low 80's. 82 at brentwood. at napa 77. san francisco at 63 oakland 68. we look for numbers to warm up monday tuesday wednesday. thursday back in the low 90s. tomorrow a mile day for the bay area. a nice weekend for the bay area. >>> san franciscans treated to a super size spectacle in japan town a quartet of sumo wrestlers participated in exhibition matches. the goal to help teach children about the sport and its 2000 year tradition the rustlers when up against planned size competitors. >>> it's a blast to have the kids, they are our biggest fans , and experience of a lifetime for them to get in the ring >>> it is fantastic and so exciting to see this >>> you have to watch this little ones moves. she takes him down. the wrestlers prepare for the u.s. some open in los angeles and the cha
north of los angeles, all lanes closed while motorists waited for the department of fish and game, wardens followed the 300 lb. there in montrose before surrounding it and hitting it with tranquilizers. >>> we got a call of a bear on the freeway he was then in a residential neighborhood we chased him, we mobilize them with darts now we release them back to the wild >>> the bear taken back up to angeles national forest. with labor day gone experts predicted the price of gas would drop, the average price for a gallon of unleaded jumped 8¢ now at $3.84, we pay more in california and $4.83 and san francisco buys in the state at $4.19. small community near oakland hills fights to keep their postmaster 53 year-old elena tyrrell the soul of the canyon she guides emergency personnel to the right address, and a cost-cutting effort the u.s. postal service says it is a mimetic her job and scaling back the hours. residence campaign to save her job by trying to bring in more customers. >>> the sun sinks in the west at the golden gate we see temperatures to come up this week will tell you w,,,
in los angeles, peer into some of the world's largest extremes. >>> here's a look at this morning's headlines and entertainment news. at the box office this weekend, fear ruled. the horror film "the possession" took advantage of the holiday weekend. not much competition. and a pg-rating. to grab the top spot with $17.7 million. and this one is bill's favorite film. "oogie love". that's not for you? >> no. >> how about this one? as expected, the big balloon venture earned the worst wide release opening ever, averaging just $207 a theater. >> you can do the math at $10 a ticket, 20 people average in every theater. >> elsewhere, oscar-winner russell crowe and a friend had to be rescued by a u.s. coast guard boat after they lost their way kayaking in the waters off new york's long island. oops. where's the compass? >>> finally, check this out. hollywood's walk of fame is one place you won't be finding the ubiquitous kim kardashian. all saying she wanted her own star, winning the award is part of the criteria for being selected and a career in business or acting for five years or more.
to los angeles. the endeavour, the youngest of the shuttle fleet flew 25 missions circleed earth more than 4600 times. low level fly-over through northern california thursday. three crewmembers from the international space station are back home this morning. they landed two hours ago in kazakhstan after more than four months in space. this is video from the soyuz space capsule as they undocked from the space station. they've been inor about it since may, welcome back. >>> next, the real life dangers of sexting what new findings reveal about teenagers who send explicit text messages. >>> new protests sparked by anti-islam video. >>> the ingredient now causing big healthé problems in kids. >>> consequences of cold feet what prewedding jitters could tell about how long the marriage may last. >>> it was the summer of shades, 50 shades that made things hotter today i talk with the author of that titilating trilogy what noted her to write in book and where did she learn all this stuff? who does she think should play grey on the big screen? why husbands across america are calling it, 50 sh
in points near cupertino -- pockets near cupertino. let's go to steve. >>> it was 103 in los angeles yesterday. it was cooking down there. temperatures inland will start to come down. had a lot of high clouds yesterday. those are gone but the fog is not. upper 40s san rafael is in there, napa, low 40s, even antioch is down to 55. livermore, san jose, cloudy. still a pretty good decent sea breeze kicking up. it's been stronger. i think it will kick in later. i see the low spinning to the west of us. it's gonna control our weather for the entire week. fog, sun, cooler. that cooler is for inland areas. the coast is just sold out. 50s, 60s there. inland temperatures coming down. concord, 79. san jose 79. santa rosa, 75. 85 fairfield. 70s look like they will hold and then just keep us there. at the end of the week, that's really where there is a disagreement. one forecast model dropped the low right into us. i will go for that right now which will make for an interesting and kieler weekend. tori and dave? >> all right. >>> it's been six months since a morgan hill teenager disappeared. the
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight a conversation with journalists hedrick smith. the book explores the economic and social amrallies that put the dream out of reach. and what we can learn from auto icon henry ford. that conversation coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminating hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: hedrick smith spent more than 25 years at the "the new york times" covering six presidents and callous world conflicts. he is an emmy-winning tv producer. his new text is called "who stole the american dream?" >> i am delighted to be here. >tavis: you argue that the american people are more concerned about the divide between the rich and poor, more concerned about th
thunderstorms as well, 66 degrees. dallas mostly sunny 94 degrees. los angeles, mostly sunny as well, 87 degrees. and time now for a check of the national forecast. much of the northeast will be dry, scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely in the ohio valley, though. a mix of rain and snow is possible in northern minnesota and northern wisconsin. the south will be mainly dry but scattered thunderstorms across the southeast, georgia and most of florida. and most of the west will be hot and dry. but oregon and western washington state will be cloudy with patchy fog and a bit of drizzle. >>> in 2005 just three years after nearly being contracted the montreal expos moved to washington and began play as the nationals. washington hadn't had a baseball team since the senators left town in 1960 and hasn't had a playoff since 1933. that all changed last night. first place nats took down the dodgers 4-1 to clinch the city's first post-season berth since president franklin delano roosevelt was president. next step for the nats now they will try to clinch the national league east. cincinnati reds are
'll kick off our pre-emmy party. lara is in los angeles. he'll have a look at the hottest fashions and some predictions. hey, lara. >>> plus, we have one of the biggest rock bands in the world this morning, the killers. you saw the people that popped up a little bit ago. lining up since midnight to see the killers. they're here to kick off our weekend. >> all right. >>> we begin, now, with the new iphone. people have been lining up all over the world for days, now, to get their hands on it. we're among the very first to have it. it's right here. i have the white one. george has the black one. >> do we get to keep it? >> but it's not all -- no, really, there's security here. it's not all smooth sailing for apple. there's already a few glitches. and abc's matt gutman is at an apple store in miami, florida, standing in line with everybody outside with more on that story, matt. good morning, matt. >> reporter: morning, elizabeth. the line here snakes around the block already. a lot of folks here have been waiting since yesterday. but the big buzz among the folks here is the new operating system
me proud to be an american >>> on its way to retirement in los angeles, tens of thousands watching endeavors final fly over. >>> there were tears in my eyes to see these people come together >>> a once-in-a-lifetime moment. of aerospace off. >>> one day for everybody to put in their books and witness history >>> spectators snapped as many pictures as they could cbs 5 reporter julie a goodrich shows as fort photos taken by the war's >>> he shares with his wife the moment he witnessed the space shuttle endeavor glide by his san francisco high-rise >>> you could see it with the naked eye and awesome visual out my balcony ever but was out on the balcony's that was so cool >>> like many others throughout the bay area called on rooftops to catch a glimpse conference calls and meetings put on hold >>> i'm on my call a look out the window it comes over the golden gate bridge and i said " there is is so cool " >>> and was the conference call a deal breaker >>> the fly over something people want to pause and seek and share photos with friends >>> i have some great pictures of these are on fa
to protest the video made by a man living outside los angeles. hard line islamists in bangladesh forced a strike that shut down the country's schools and businesses. in greece hundreds of muslim protestors turned outs to express their anger as well and protests continued for another day in pakistan. unlike provide's deadly clashes, those were smaller and subdued. on the eve of his visit to the united states, egypt's first freely elected president has a message for washington. mohammad morsi says unlike the mubarak regime, his government he says will demonstrate more independence from the u.s. morsi told the "new york times" the u.s. had become des pieced because it had a history of backing dictators in the middle east there was another sunday terrorist attack targeting christians in nigeria outside a catholic church. the suicide car bomb killed at least two and injured 45. no one has claimed responsibility. but christians in the area have been targeted by the radical islamist group procal harrem. later a fyke air-- fake ar line pilot caught in the act. a deadly avalanche in the high him
in los angeles, 82 degrees. let's check your national forecast. early morning frost is possible across parts of the interior northeast. it will be windy across the mississippi valley and great lakes. frost possible across the nation's mid-section. showers and thunderstorms will reach the great basin. in sports this morning, baltimore ravens torrey smith played with a heavy heart. less than 24 hours before his team played against new england, smith's younger brother was killed in a motorcycle accident. both teams observing a moment of silence before the game. smith makes a leaping catch in the end zone for a touchdown. new england leading by nine. smith scored again this time from five yards out. smith has one more big play. as time expired baltimore wins it 31-30, smith said he wasn't sure he was ready to play. >> everybody was back at the house, you know, watching and they didn't even know i was going to play until the last minute. i got to the stadium and at that time i said i would play. >> smith finished the game with six catches. for 127 yards and two touchdowns. >>> in arizona th
do those things for themselves. >> police in los angeles are searching for two men who robbed a branch of bank of america on tuesday. they strapped a device to a hostage and forced her to take money out of the bank vault. >> played out in daylight on the streets of l.a. a bank robbery carried out by a bank manager, kidnap, and told she was wearing a bomb which would be detonated if she did not do what she was told. >> a device was strapped to her body and that she was ordered to take the money out of the bank which she did. there were other employees inside and she explained to them what was happening and it showed them the device that was strapped to her body. everyone believed this was an explosive device. >> the device was removed and a robot was brought in to make it safe. the police still have not said whether it was a bomb or a fake. the robbers made off with an undisclosed amount of money. there was a similar robbery in 2003 in pennsylvania when a pizza delivery man walked into a bank with a pipe bomb and it took thousands of dollars. it was never established whether or
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